Islamabad: A team from Islamabad left for India on Monday to review security arrangements for the Pakistan cricket team ahead of the T20 World Cup 2016 starting March 8. (ICC World Twenty20 2016 – Dates, Venues, History, Groups)
India have issued visas to two security members while the third member will join them in India, Radio Pakistan reported.
The team includes Director Federal Investigation Agency Usman Anwar, Col Azam from the Ministry of Interior and an official of Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi. Col Azam is also the general manager of security and anti-corruption unit in the Pakistan Cricket Board. (Imran Khan Says Pakistan Should Not Play in Dharamsala)
The team will meet Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and police chief of Dharamsala. (Group Threatens to ‘Dig’ Dharamsala Pitch if Pakistan Play India)
The three-member team will submit its report to Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan and PCB officials and final call will be taken by Wednesday. (Paramilitary Will be Provided For India-Pakistan Match, Says Rajnath Singh)